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University of Michigan Biological Sciences Building

University of Michigan Biological Sciences Building

I Spy: May 2017

From the June, 2017 issue

"'Replacing the old,' is the University of Michigan Biological Sciences Building" writes Helen Park, identifying May's subject. "It's being built next to (and is the future home of) the Museum of Natural History," writes Dave Sweeton. "North Hall and the Annex were demolished to make way for" it, writes David Karl. "After the museum moves," writes Betsy

 
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